This Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) cheat sheet provides a summary of MISP package for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in emergency situations. It has been developed to help humanitarian workers, health workers, SRH coordinators and other stakeholders in Nepal to fulfill the reproductive health needs of the affected populations in an emergency setting.Full review
This protocol in Nepali is the first national guideline for healthcare providers on management of gender-based violence (GBV) in Nepal. It aims at equipping health service providers with the best possible care to GBV survivors and empowering them to identify GBV survivors, manage cases and make appropriate referrals.Full review
This National Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan outlines national strategies and interventions that Nepal must adopt to ensure that high quality family planning services are available and accessible to all Nepali people as well as the resources reqired to realize this vision. This document is prepared by the Family Health Division under the Ministry of Health with technical and financial support of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.Full review
This advocacy brief on National Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan was developed under the leadership of Family Health Division through an extensive consultation and participatory process involving multiple stakeholders. The financial and technical support was provided by UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in 2014-2015. Oxford Policy Management, UK, though financial support from UNFPA, supported the development of this CIP by performing the costing exercise and assessing the impacts of scaling up family planning services.Full review
This District Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan for 2015 (अर्घाखाँची जिल्लाको विपद् पूर्वतयारी तथा प्रतिकार्य योजना (२०७२-२०७३) is a vulnerability assessment of Arghakhanchi district that incorporates components of Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for reproductive health in emergencies. This plan (in Nepali) has been prepared by District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC), Dang, with technical support of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.Full review
This report covers UNFPA's response to the devastating earthquake in the 14 most affected districts of Nepal during the first five months.Full review
उच्च गुणस्तरीय किशोर-किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवा प्रदान गर्नका लागि विभिन्न विशेषज्ञहरू, सरकारी अधिकारीहरू र किशोर किशोरीहरूलाई किशोर किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवा प्रदान गरिरहेका स्वास्थ्यकर्मीहरूको सहयोग र राष्ट्रिय किशोर किशोरी यौन तथा प्रजनन स्वास्थ्य कार्यक्रम सञ्चालन निर्देशिका २०६८ (२०११) को मार्ग निर्देशमा रहेर यो किशोर किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवाको गुणस्तर प्रमाणीकरणका आधारहरू र गुणस्तर अनुगमन सामग्री (Certification Criteria and Quality Assessment Tool) परिवार स्वास्थ्य महाशाखाले यूएनएफपीएको सहयाेगमा विकास गरिकाे हो । यो सामग्री विकास गर्नुको मुख्य उद्देश्य नेपाल सरकारका स्वास्थ्य संस्थाहरूमा उच्च गुणस्तरको किशोर किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवाको उपलब्धता र निरन्तरताको सुनिश्चितता गर्नु हो ।
यो किशोर-किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवाको प्रमाणीकरण तथा गुणस्तर अभिवृद्धि सामग्री स्वास्थ्य संस्थामा किशोर-किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवाको अवस्थाको प्रमाणीकरण गर्दा सेवाको गुणस्तरको परिमाण तोक्ने साधन हो । यसलाई किशोर किशोरी मैत्री स्वास्थ्य सेवा सुरु गर्दा आधाररेखा (Baseline) का रूपमा रहेको आँकडा (अवस्था) सँग हालको प्रगतिलाई तुलना गर्नका लागि पनि प्रयोग गर्न सकिने छ ।
Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a significant reproductive morbidity among postmenopausal and women of reproductive age in Nepal. An estimated 600,000 women are suffering from varying degrees of POP (also called uterine prolapse or fallen womb). In the absence of a competency-based training package on POP, health service providers previously did not have standards for performing surgeries and were relying on anecdotal reports, compromising on the quality of care. With the training package, service providers are now expected to have comprehensive knowledge about this condition that affects many adult women today on how to provide quality care.
This Facilitators' Guide is developed by the Ministry of Health and Population with technical and financial assistance from UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, and also with Jhpiego's technical support.
Nepal is a co-signatory to the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994, and has committed itself to improve the reproductive health status of people throughout the country. The Reproductive Health Strategy of Nepal recognized that reproductive health (RH) is a crucial part of the overall health and is central to human development. Better availability and accessibility to quality RH commodities is critical to meet the ICPD and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This Reproductive Health Commodity Security (RHCS) Strategy aims to ensure a smooth supply and choice of quality contraceptives and other RH commodities to meet every person’s needs at the right time and in the right place. Its objective is to address all elements of RHCS in a holistic manner and streamline the activities to meet ICPD’s goal, the Family Planning 20/20 Commitment and the SDGs for ensuring universal access to sexual and RH rights.
This RHCS Strategy 2015 is the outcome of hard work conducted by a wide range of partners and stakeholders. Implementation of the National RHCS Strategy (2007-2011) did not produce results as envisioned due to a lack of clear, doable and achievable action plans. Therefore, UNFPA Nepal supported Family Health Division and Logistics Health Division to review, revise and update the National RHCS strategy 2007-2011, defining key strategies and priority interventions to ensure the sustainable access to RH commodities, including estimation of financial requirements for implementing the strategy.